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  1. Especially 4 Me Publishing CONTACT Dr. Angelise Rouse drangeliserouse@especially4me.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Release: Equipping Young African-American Men With a Powerful Tool to Unleash The King Inside! “Every young African-American male who carefully reads and applies the life-transforming principles contained in The King Inside will position himself on a trajectory for continual success and self-mastery.” Dr. Frederick R. Lester Men’s Empowerment Network BURLINGTON, NJ, July 29, 2016 - Dr. Angelise Rouse, an education writer and Special Education advocate, has penned her second book, The King Inside: Practical Advice for Young African-American Males (Paperback ISBN:978-0-9976546-0-8). The King Inside is Dr. Rouse’s heartfelt call to the young African-American men of this generation to take their rightful place in their homes, society and their communities. As a mother of two sons and six nephews, this book hits home with her life lessons and advice shared around her dinner table. Readers will be given a foundation on several life skill areas which calls their decision-making into action. Topics such as family, education, mentorship, friendship, entrepreneurship, and finance as well as others are included to give young men an overall understanding of these critical life issues. The King Inside is an invaluable easily comprehendible resource for adolescents to follow and apply. It is also a useful tool to apply in the classroom and engage students in real discussions about their future and their role after high school. Order your copies today wherever books are sold online. Volume discounts are available. The ebook is also available. Here’s what others have to say about The King Inside: Practical Advice for Young African-American Males: “There are truths in this country that must be acknowledged if we are ever going to make progress, so whether we like it or not, we must understand that the United States was built on a foundation of racial inequality, so it is important that we are constantly providing tools to our young men so that they can successfully navigate the world we live in, so that we can try and bring this inequality into balance.” Dr Flavius A B Akerele III, Senior Faculty Coleman University, CA and Education Consultant “The King Inside lays the groundwork for our young African American males as they navigate their way through life and the societies they inhabit. Dr. Rouse demonstrates that with hard work and a strong support system, our young black men can become successful regardless of their race, class, and social circumstances. She makes important points when discussing black males within the educational system, and how the value of education is worth reiterating beyond High School. The King Inside is must read and a wonderful guide for people of all ages!” Evan Burnett Youth Counselor, Rochester City School District "If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?" -Psalm 11:3. Foundations determine everything. There's too many useless attempts at living life and not enough of building a life right for living. In The King Inside: Practical Advice for Young African-American Males, Dr. Angelise Rouse challenges our young men to not leave "home" without the fundamentals. Schools are supposed to prepare you academically. Life skills are not high on the list of priorities. This practical tool is a clear guide, that can be in itself a "type" of mentor that will instruct, direct, and position each young man who applies the wisdom and advice written in it for success in life.” Wilbur Brown Special Educator, Seminar Presenter Maryland School District ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dr. Angelise Rouse’s interest and research focus is on creating a meaningful, lasting and empowering educational experience for students with disabilities. Inspired by her doctoral dissertation topic, Dr. Rouse has future research interests in the overrepresentation of minorities in Special Education and social and emotional development of African American young males. Dr. Rouse holds several educational certifications and has been thoroughly published on critical educational issues. Dr. Rouse has worked in various educational arenas serving as a charter and public school teacher, school administrator and college faculty member. Her work ranges from all levels of education from middle school through college. For more information contact Dr. Rouse via her website at www.especially4mepublishing.com. Press release
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